[E3 2019] The Avengers conquered the 2019 E3! First trailer and details [VIDEO]

The Square Enix video game, Marvel’s Avengers also unveiled its release date.

It was one of the most anticipated games of E3 2019 and Square Enix has not lost the chance to show it… but perhaps without all the desired information. Marvel’s Avengers has been presented formally during the fair the most important game in the world with a cinematic teaser that has already enabled us to meet the group of superheroes who give life to this adventure of action developed by Crystal Dynamics, authors of the last game in the successful and critically acclaimed series Tomb Raider.

The Avengers game puts its action five years after a disaster that ended with the city of San Francisco, causing that Marvel heroes have broken the group. However, a new threat will lead them to bring together the team to save humanity. Who will be the team? Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, Black Widow and Thor star in this action game that combines a “cinematic history” original with an exciting action that includes the possibility of enjoying the game solo, or well next to friends thanks to the co-op mode.

In addition to Crystal Dynamics in Avengers work other studios such as Crystal Northwest and Eidos Montreal, Nixxes Software. The Square Enix game be released on PC, Xbox One and PS4 May 15, 2020; will be compatible also with Stadia and Xbox One X. Square Enix has stressed that there will be no loot boxes, and all the expansions of the game will be free. Unfortunately, there has been video gameplay of Avengers that will allow us to get a better idea of how you will enjoy this action game.

Also, the game doesn’t feature the likenesses of the Marvel Cinematic Universe actors who fans might have grown accustomed to over the last ten years, and that resulted in the character designs getting dragged on social media.

Source: Gamespot

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